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A voice for the voiceless

Story by Elizabeth Lau, Student Reporter

May 1, 2017

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, Campus Life, Campus News, Entertainment, News, Student Organizations

In modern society where rape culture and sexual assault are on the front lines, Emily Doe shares her story. The woman who was victimized in the 2015 Stanford rape case uses her voice to unravel the harsh reality of experienci...

NuFusion, can you dig it?

Story by Cassidy Witherspoon, Student Reporter Photos by Emily Bell, Editor in Chief and Natasha Cribbs, Graphic & Page Designer

May 1, 2017

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, Campus Life, Campus News, Entertainment, News, Student Organizations

7May 1, 2017Lights. Music. Action. The air was hot and sticky as a crowd of about 150 waited for the show to start. The music started just as a breeze picked up on the quad. NuFusion was held outside for the first time in ...

A wild week

A wild week

May 1, 2017

Why so serious?

Story by Michael Keaton Beasley, Student Reporter

May 1, 2017

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, Campus News, News, Student Organizations

xxx“Every girl swears their roommate was heaven sent or there’s some spiritual meaning behind why they became roommates freshman year, when it just so happens they placed y’all in the same room because y’all both have...

Jews, comics and everything in-between

Story and Photos by Emily Bell, Editor in Chief

May 1, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News, Student Organizations

Recently, comics-history author and videogame scriptwriter, Arie Kaplan, was invited here by professor of comics, Randy Duncan, and the Ellis college. Kaplan, who has written for a wide variety of videogames, comics series, books,...

Media: innovated

Story by Jacob Glasgow, Student Reporter Photos by Emily Bell, Editor in Chief

May 1, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News, Student Organizations

Lost. If you’re a high school senior or an undecided college student, chances are that you’ve felt pretty lost at one point. You may have absolutely no idea where your life is going. A lot of people go to college to bec...

Hart goes farther than Earhart

Story by Serene Garcia, Student Reporter

April 24, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News, Student Organizations

At 20 years old, the age that most college students have barely hit the halfway mark of their undergraduate degree, Amelia Hart was graduating from Henderson with a bachelor degree in physics. Now working in unison with NASA Glenn R...

The Gr8 S Eight

Opinion by Dax Guilliams, Opinion Editor / Graphic by Natasha Cribbs

April 24, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News, Opinion, Student Organizations

For the past couple of months, the biggest news in smartphones has been everything related to Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8. After months of rumors and hype, the phone has finally been released and it is a great o...

He is unwritten

Story by Cassidy Witherspoon, Student Reporter

April 24, 2017

Filed under Arts And Entertainment, Campus News, News, Student Organizations

Crash. Being a senior art major and having a part-time job can be compared to juggling 80 feet in the air while balancing on a tight rope, blindfolded and on fire. Cade Vallee and Katy Hays both know this suffering. Cade Vall...

Spring Fling

Story by Tyler Freeman, Student Reporter

April 24, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News, Student Organizations

4,000 dollars in prizes. Laser tag. Free food. That is just a small part of Spring Fling this week. “The office of student services and the student actives board is responsible for putting on spring fling,” Jason Smith, grad...

Life’s relay

Life’s relay

April 24, 2017

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